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article The year is 2031, and Google’s moonshot in deep space is nearing completion.
The company is working on a fleet of spacecraft, dubbed the Google X Prize, to ferry its latest hardware and software, including self-driving cars, back to Earth for testing.
The goal is to eventually test a prototype car on a street in downtown San Francisco, then bring the vehicle back to Google X to test its technology.
Google X Prize is a $50 million, five-year effort to test and test its autonomous car technology on a road in San Francisco in 2020.
The prize will fund two separate experiments.
One of those will test the technology on two different streets in downtown SF: one in the heart of Silicon Valley, where Google’s new campus is located, and another on a quiet, leafy hillside just outside the city.
Google X will take the first vehicle, a prototype of the car it hopes will one day ferry the self-driven car back to its home base in Mountain View, California.
The second experiment will test how well Google’s software and hardware works together.
The project is being led by the company’s Advanced Technologies Group, which was created to design and build its autonomous vehicles.
It’s a long, long way from the first time Google rolled out the Google Car.
Google says it has developed its self-propelled cars using software developed at Google X. The car has a 360-degree camera that’s able to detect obstacles, track a user, and provide direction, and has a “self-driving” mode that will steer itself to a predetermined location.
Google says the car can accelerate and decelerate, brake, and even steer itself by itself.
Google has also designed its own navigation system, called NavX, that will allow users to map the road ahead.
It will also be able to automatically pull over if a car is too far behind.
Google’s X Prize program is designed to test the company with new technologies.
It hopes the money will help the company continue developing its autonomous driving technology.
It says its mission is to “help Google continue to advance our capabilities and improve the lives of people everywhere, while also helping the environment.”
The $50-million Google X prize is part of Google’s effort to launch the X team, which has built its own cars.
The team is currently focused on building a prototype for a self-drive car.
Google hopes to eventually send its autonomous cars to the International Space Station.
A vehicle that can ferry a self to the space station, called the X Prize Vehicle, would be one of the first of its kind.
Google’s X prizes were meant to fund this vehicle.
In order to make this vehicle work on a real-world street in SF, Google will need to test it on two separate streets.
The first one will be in SF’s downtown core.
The second one will take place in a leafy hillside, called “the Hill.”
The first test is planned for 2021.
The Hill, like many other hills in SF and Silicon Valley across the US, is home to some of the city’s most vulnerable residents.
In 2016, a tornado killed one of those residents, according to SFGate.
The storm also knocked out power to more than a dozen other buildings.
Google is currently testing the X Prizes on the Hill.
The X Prize will also fund research and development of the autonomous cars that Google hopes will someday ferry the cars to Mars.
The X Prize has been designed to pay for research and develop technologies that will eventually enable a future Mars rover to land and collect samples from the Red Planet.
The first vehicle Google hopes to ferry back to Mars will be a vehicle that is built to take advantage of the Mars Climate Orbiter, or MAVEN, spacecraft that will launch from the International Spaceport in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, in 2021.
This is a long way away, but Google says that it expects to get the MAVEN back to the moon by 2023.
Google has also been testing a prototype that will be sent to Mars and return to Earth, called MAVEN Plus.
The MAVEN spacecraft has been working for a long time.
In 2011, it flew a series of close flybys of Mars, as part of NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission.
In 2013, it made its closest flyby of Mars in a decade.
Google hopes that the X prize will allow it to get MAVEN ready for this mission.
The final stage of this mission is the MAVEX, which is a Mars-bound rover that will carry a suite of sensors and a camera.
MAVES will be carrying the MAvens’ sensor suite, which will help researchers understand how the surface of Mars has changed in the past 10 million years.
The rover will eventually be ready to go to Mars, Google says, and it will be able take its samples back to a sample collection facility